Ryerson Review of Journalism

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Why are we still talking about diversity?

  By the Ryerson Review of Journalism In a week-long online feature, the Ryerson Review of Journalism explord the many answers to...

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Everybody’s Got a Story that’ll Break Your Heart

By Blair Mlotek Leigh Stein’s boyfriend Jason threw her against the refrigerator and didn’t believe she was hurt until she showed...

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The Harder They Fall

By Stephanie Girardi & Arielle Piat Sauvé Hundreds upon hundreds of documents: that’s part of the evidence Charles Rusnell and...

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Murder, She Wrote

By Erica Commisso Susan Clairmont and her colleague John Rennison are fleeing to safety. It’s April 2003 and Clairmont is...

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Where the Wild Things Are

By Aimee O’Conner Twenty-year-old Keltie Byrne was tidying up the pool area after the 1:30 p.m. show at Sealand of...

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The High Road

By Allison Elkin Hamilton, Ontario’s Barton Street is barely recognizable from its former self. A layer of grey dust sits...

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Talk is Cheap

By Jennifer Joseph It’s 9 a.m. and senior producer Dayna Gourley and executive producer Alan Habbick gather in a conference...

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Game On!

By Cormac McGee Rick Westhead stands half-dressed in the empty parking lot of BMO Field, Toronto’s soccer stadium. After hurriedly...

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Keeping it Reel

By Amy Grief Gordon Henderson thought he was getting a little too old to be embedded with soldiers in Afghanistan....

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Mission Impossible

By Erica Lenti Anne Marie Owens marks her arrival as editor-in-chief of the National Post with a laugh. It’s not...

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